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Scott LaHart

Scott LaHart is a freelance journalist who specialising in food regulatory analysis for the Nordic countries for IEG Policy.

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Danish report on climate impact of beef sparks heated debate

A report out of Denmark stating that “alcohol, coffee and sweets are greater climate culprits than beef” has been heavily criticised by a number of organisations, partly because the study was funded by one of Denmark’s leading agriculture councils.

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Danish report on climate impact of beef gets hotly disputed

A report out of Denmark stating that “alcohol, coffee and sweets are greater climate culprits than beef” has been heavily criticised by a number of organisations, partly because the study was funded by one of Denmark’s leading agriculture councils.

European Food Law Denmark

Swedish city shifts goal of sourcing only organic meat to sourcing only locally produced meat

The Swedish city of Gothenburg is dropping its goal, in place since 2011, of sourcing only organic meat for public operations, and replacing it with plans to source only locally produced meat.



European Food Law Sweden

Swedes look to extend recycling refunds beyond bottles to plastic bread bags

Swedish companies are expanding beyond offering recycling refunds on bottles and cans to also including such products as certain bread bags.

European Food Law Sweden

Norwegian authority demands urgent improvements to grocery sector following store inspections

Cleanliness, traceability of goods and labelling were the areas that needed most improvements in the grocery sector, reports the Norwegian Food Safety Authority following an inspection of independent grocery stores in five different counties.

European Food Law Norway

McDonald’s Norway game app violates guidelines on marketing unhealthy food to children

The Norwegian food industry’s watchdog has said McDonald’s Norway has violated the country’s laws for marketing unhealthy food to children and youth through its marketing of a mobile game.

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